An fhéile Ghaeilge is mó in Éirinn agus ar fud an domhain!
Seachtain na Gaeilge is the largest celebration in Ireland of our native language and culture, it aims to promote the language and get young people involved by celebrating in many different ways..
Each year our school is part of these celebrations, we host different events in the school such as Green Day, Quizzes, Gaelic tournaments, Bingo, and Dancing.. this gets the students involved and at the same time have fun 💚💚💚
For more infortmation on Seachtain Na Gaeilge, which runs from the 1st of March till the 17th of March, visit http://www.snag.ie ✅♻️
Last Sunday, Crana College hosted their 2nd Annual Christmas Market. The market included over 30 stalls, occupied by folks from the Buncrana community and TY’s.
For our stall, my group, consisting of my friends Aislinn, Sarah, and Karen created Christmas Cards that were printed by BizzPrint.
The cards turned out so well and we all had equal part in the selling and creating of the cards which I loved. Our mini business was called Snow Many Cards. Punny I know.
Safe to say the market was a huge success and I’m delighted it went according to plan, definitely got everyone in the festive spirit ☃️❤️
Transition Year was always something I seen myself doing down the line, and I’m so glad I did. We are now on our 3rd month of TY and the experience I’ve gained is outstanding. We’ve visited so many places too, Kildare, Dublin for the Ireland match, Giant’s Causeway, Surfing in Culdaff we really haven’t stopped so far 👌🏻👌🏻
I’ve taken loads of photos to keep track on my TY year , these pictures have been my highlights 🌊
Science Project on The Flora in Swan Park.
Cube Project in Woodwork.
Six Word Story success.
My painting featured in the Art Exhibition in Letterkenny.
My craft featured in Art Exhibition in Letterkenny.
Presenting the cheque from the Coffee Morning for Foyle Hospice.
Surfing in Culdaff.
Aviva for Ireland v Georgia
Junior Cert Results
TY Expo in Kildare
First TY Trip – Kayaking
Never want this amazing experience to end ☺️☀️
Junior Cert Art was something I never thought I would live through. Dramatic as it sounds I was rubbish at drawing, so it’s the truth. This time last year I sat with the decision that every other Art student has to go through when it comes to exams. What theme to choose. Eventually I got a theme I really liked and the work load seemed less from there, Art is something I really enjoy and love, the painting and craft were my two favourite pieces, and I was thrilled when they featured in a local Art Exhibition. Goes to show hard work pays off and I couldn’t of done it without the help of my art teacher, Ms Reddin. Special thanks to her for putting up with me last year 🎨💚
Today, the 22nd of September, our TY group organised a coffee morning for the locals in our area. The coffee morning was in aid of the Foyle Hospice. Everyone baked and we sold the treats along with tea and coffee, the day was a great success and I’m delighted it was as it was our first big event.